Sutra Study

Sutra Study

In this 10 part series, Courtney walks us through a series of techniques to cultivate our understanding and practical application of yogic philosophy — specifically focusing on the Yamas & Niyamas which are the first two limbs of the 8 limbed path of yoga. Each practice is short and accessible so that you can practice daily or as needed.

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Sutra Study
  • NIYAMAS - Ishvarapraṇidhāna (5 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the fifth niyama, known as ISHVARAPRANIDHANA (surrender).

  • YAMAS - Aparigraha (5 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the fifth yama, known as APARIGRAHA (non-grasping, non-attachment).

  • NIYAMAS - Svādhyāya (4 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the fourth niyama, known as SVADHYAYA (self-inquiry, self-study).

  • YAMAS - Brahmacharya (4 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the fourth yama, known as BRAHMACHARYA (self-restraint, moderation).

  • NIYAMAS - Tapas (3 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the third niyama, known as TAPAS (self-discipline).

  • YAMAS - Asteya (3 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the third yama, known as ASTEYA (non-stealing).

  • NIYAMAS - Santosha (2 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the second niyama, known as SANTOSHA (cleanliness, purity).

  • YAMAS - Satya (2 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the second yama, known as SATYA (truthfulness).

  • NIYAMAS - Saucha (1 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the first niyama, known as SAUCHA (cleanliness, purity).

  • YAMAS - Ahiṃsā (1 of 5)

    Courtney shares techniques for incorporating yoga into our daily lives through simple and accessible practices — focusing on the first yama, known as AHIMSA (non-violence, non-harming).